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List of Senator & Party List Candidates for May 2019 Elections

On Saturday (January 26), the Commission on Elections (COMELEC) released the lists of senatorial and party list candidates for the upcoming National and Local Elections (NLE).

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The latest lists include 77 senatorial candidates and 134 party list groups vying for seats in the House of Representatives. The elections will be held on May 13, 2019 in the Philippines.

List of Senator and Party-list Candidates for May 2019 Elections 2

COMELEC Releases Names of Senator & Party List Candidates

“The following are the last remaining names of persons who have filed Certificates of Candidacy (COCs) for the position of Senator,” declared COMELEC spokesperson James Jimenez, as shared in a report by the Philippine News Agency.

List of Senatorial Candidates

  1. Abejo, Vangie
  2. Afuang, Abner
  3. Aguilar, Freddie
  4. Alba, Albert
  5. Albani, Shariff
  6. Alejano, Gary
  7. Alfajora, Richard
  8. Alunan, Raffy
  9. Angara, Edgardo “Sonny”
  10. Ansula, Ernesto
  11. Aquino, Benigno “Bam”
  12. Arcega, Gerald
  13. Arellano, Ernesto
  14. Arias, Marcelino
  15. Arpa, Hussayin
  16. Austria, Bernard
  17. Baldevarona, Balde
  18. Binay, Nancy
  19. Bong Revilla, Ramon Jr.
  20. Caceres, Jesus
  21. Casiño, Toti
  22. Cayetano, Pia
  23. Chavez, Melchor
  24. Chong, Glenn
  25. Colmenares, Neri
  26. David, Rizalito
  27. De Alban, Angelo
  28. De Guzman, Ka Leody
  29. Dela Rosa, Bato
  30. Diokno, Chel
  31. Ejercito, Estrada JV
  32. Encarnacion, Alexander
  33. Enrile, Juan Ponce
  34. Escudero, Agnes
  35. Estrada, Jinggoy
  36. Francisco, Elmer
  37. Gaddi, Charlie
  38. Gadon, Larry
  39. Generoso, Gen Pederalismo
  40. Geroy, Geremy
  41. Go, Bong
  42. Guigayuma, Junbert
  43. Gutoc, Samira
  44. Hilbay, Pilo
  45. Iliw Iliw, William
  46. Jangao, Bfg Abraham
  47. Javellana, Rj
  48. Javelona, Josefa
  49. Lapid, Lito
  50. Macalintal, Macaromy
  51. Mallillin, Emily
  52. Mangondato, Faisal
  53. Mangudadatu, Dong
  54. Manicad, Jiggy
  55. Marcos, Imee
  56. Marquez, Norman
  57. Matula, Jose Sonny
  58. Meniano, Luther
  59. Merano, Rolando
  60. Montaño, Allan
  61. Nalliw, Joan Sheelah
  62. Naval, Frank
  63. Negapatan, Eric
  64. Ong, Doc Willie
  65. Osmeña, Serge
  66. Padilla, Dado
  67. Pimentel, Koko
  68. Poe, Grace
  69. Roleda, Dan Kaibigan
  70. Roque, Harry “Spox”
  71. Roxas, Mar
  72. Sahidulla, Lady Ann
  73. Tañada, Lorenzo Erin Tapat
  74. Tolentino, Francis
  75. Valdes, Butch
  76. Villar, Cynthia

Of these, 13 persons are still pending finality. “The following is the list of persons who filed COCs for the 2019 National and Local Elections, with pending certificates of finality,” Jimenez stated. These persons are: Alba, Albert; Ansula, Ernesto; Arpa, Hussayin; David, Rizalito; De Alban, Angelo; Encarnacion, Alexander; Geroy, Geremy; Iliw Iliw, William; Javelona, Josefa; Marquez, Norman; Merano, Rolando; Naval, Frank; and Negapatan, Eric.

List of Senator and Party-list Candidates for May 2019 Elections 3

On the other hand, here are the names of the Party List groups vying for seats in the Philippine House of Representatives.

Party List Groups

(001) BAYAN MUNA
(002) KABAYAN
(003) MAGSASAKA
(004) PEACE
(005) KONTRA BROWN OUT PARTY LIST
(006) OFWFC
(008) 1-UTAK
(009) KUSUG TAUSUG
(010) GLOBAL
(012) ANG NARS
(014) ANAKPAWIS
(016) CWS
(017) PTA
(018) RAM
(020) DUMPER PTDA
(021) LUNTIAN
(022) AKO BISDIK
(023) ASEAN
(024) APEC
(026) PBA
(027) AMEPA OFW
(029) BAHAY
(030) PRAI
(031) JUAN MOVEMENT
(032) BUKLOD FILIPINO
(033) CIBAC
(035) MURANG KURYENTE
(036) ANGKLA
(037) GABRIELA
(038) AKO AN BISAYA
(039) 1-LAMBAT
(042) KABATAAN
(043) AN WARAY
(044) SULONG DIGNIDAD
(046) ALL-FISH
(047) ANAKALUSUGAN
(048) TGP
(049) ABEKA
(051) AKMA-PTM
(052) ABS
(053) BH (BAGONG HENERASYON)
(054) ANG PROBINSYANO
(055) PM
(058) ANAC-IP
(059) SINAG
(060) PATROL
(063) KOOP-KAMPI
(065) UNIDO
(067) SBP
(068) PPP
(069) INANG MAHAL
(071) 1-ANG EDUKASYON
(072) KAMAIS
(073) ALIF
(074) MATA
(075) LPGMA
(076) ABONO
(078) AKO
(079) ABANTE PILIPINAS
(080) MARINO
(082) TAO MUNA
(083) ACT TEACHERS
(084) PEOPLE’S CHAMP
(086) ALAY BUHAY
(087) BUHAY
(088) AKBAYAN
(089) PARTIDO SANDUGO
(091) PROBINSYANO AKO
(092) AKO BISAYA
(093) AVE
(094) METRO
(095) AASENSO
(096) ALONA
(097) TRICAP
(098) BANAT
(099) TINGOG SINIRANGAN
(100) MANILA TEACHERS
(101) ACT-CIS
(103) APPEND
(104) CONSLA
(105) KMM
(108) ABAKADA
(109) KALINGA
(110) MARVELOUS TAYO
(112) AAMBIS-OWA
(113) TINDERONG PINOY
(114) AGRI
(115) AGAP
(116) ACTS-OFW
(117) FICTAP
(121) SAMAKO
(122) 1PACMAN
(124) ABAMIN
(126) PLM
(127) AWAKE
(130) SENIOR CITIZEN
(131) A TEACHER
(132) GP
(133) 1-APTO
(134) 1-AHAPO
(136) ANG KABUHAYAN
(137) YACAP
(138) MAGDALO
(139) ANUPA
(140) 1-CARE
(141) AKO BICOL
(142) COOP-NATCCO
(143) MAYPAGASA
(144) ATING KOOP
(147) ALENG ENTREP
(148) AANGAT TAYO
(149) KABALIKAT
(150) BHW
(151) RECOBODA
(152) AKO PADAYON
(153) AMIN
(155) ITO AMG TAMA
(156) 1 UTAP BICOL
(157) DUTERTE YOUTH
(158) BUTIL
(163) ABANG LINGKOD
(164) AGBIAG
(166) TUCP
(168) FFP
(169) WOW PILIPINAS
(170) SAGIP
(171) DIWA
(172) PHILRECA
(173) 1P
(175) PBB
(176) LAANG KAWAL
(177) 1AAAP
(180) GRECON
(181) AA-KASOSYO PARTY

“Note that this is NOT the final list,” Jimenez stated. “The number assignments, however, are final.”

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As we all look forward to the May 2019 Elections, it’s good to have these lists available. This way, registered voters – both in the Philippines and abroad — can do some research and think carefully before choosing who they would want as the local and national leaders of our country.

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